"50 Shades of Grey" is Finally Here!

“Fifty Shades of Grey” is Finally Here!

“Fifty Shades of Grey” is Finally Here!

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Yes, I am going to talk about “Fifty Shades of Grey” because it’s one of the biggest sex-related news topics. Some people have hated the movie from the moment it was announced. Some have anxiously been waiting for the movie’s release. Either way, it has caused quite a stir.

I have not seen the movie, but I imagine many have. I plan to blog about it very soon, but first I’d like to get an idea of what others are thinking when it comes to the “Fifty Shades of Grey” wave. Contribute to my blog, and let me know what you think!





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10 thoughts on ““Fifty Shades of Grey” is Finally Here!

  1. R Sim says:

    I’m an older man, and I have not read this book nor seen the movie, and to be honest I have absolutely no desire to do so.

    So why am I writing this offering an opinion about it? First off, I’ve been bombarded with one message after another about how violence against women/ domestic abuse is so terrible, but I find it kind of hypocritical that women would then rush off to spend money watching one of their own get sexually abused by a man! It doesn’t make a lot of rational sense!

    Secondly, the reviews on this movie read that the movie is terrible, so I wouldn’t spend the money on it.

    Thirdly- there are plenty of BDSM porno’s already made ( ones that you can download off the Internet and watch in the privacy of your home) so the idea of going to a theater to watch porn is an outdated idea.

    And lastly, it is obvious the whole thing was just another marketing scheme by Hollywood. They produce what most reviewers say is terrible, but as long as it draws in some money its done its job.

    In my opinion, the production companies that produce hardcore porn in the first place would have done a lot better job of a making a movie like this, but that would have meant it couldn’t be shown in a normal theater. I personally steer away from BDSM porn because after being in the military and seeing pain being inflicted on others, I can’t see why people would find it sexually arousing!

    Even in 2015, its quite hypocritical that the porn industry has grown so much, and produces far better content than it did 10-15 years ago, that the mainstream media is still quite reserved about its existence. The double standards in this country border on absurd, and Hollywood is becoming more of a self serving cultural garbage factory.

  2. TonyFS says:

    I haven’t seen the movie either yet, but I don’t think I’ll be heading out to the cinema to watch it. Having seen the low imdb score I imagine is pretty bad. But the film was a financial success so far due to the really aggressive marketing campaign they pulled, so congrats to them for that!

  3. Andreia Barros says:

    Hello, Chanel!
    Congratulations on the blog.
    Then, about “50 Shades of Grey”, is one of the most awaited movies of the year!
    Had much expectation about it. Technically it is very good (photography, light, soundtrack). Good actors.

    For fans of the best seller, the expectation turned into disappointment, in the imagination of readers was hotter. It lacked boldness? Or is it impossible to compete with the imagination ?? Laughter. The sex scenes were mild in my opinion. But it is easy to understand, is a commercial movie, should be softer to fill the more than 1090 movie theaters worldwide. I think the problem is the author, she did not give freedom to the director. Adapt a literary work for film requires changes and I think she did not allow …

    • Andreia Barros says:

      Correcting:Congratulations BY YOUR* blog

      Sorry, my english is not good.I’

      Do you speak espanhol? laughs

    • Chanel Preston says:

      Yes, I have also heard that the author kept everyone on a short leash. I understand her concern to protect her work, but what transfers to an audience through a book may not do so the same way in a movie. However, the book wasn’t very well written, but a lot of people seemed to have enjoyed it, so the movie will probably be very similar.

      • Andreia Barros says:

        I agree with you, the book is bad, and the movie also . When I saw “Fifty shades of gray”, here in Brazil,i noted the frustration of people’s faces at the end of the section.

  4. Haven’t seen it yet but every guy I know who saw it was basically forced to go because of valentines day. Personally, after watching the trailer the movie just looks like a girl falling for some rich dude. Idk I could be wrong though. As for this whole “wave”, I could care less.

    Honest question: I’m 21 and thinking about becoming the first big Indian pornstar a couple years down the road if everything in college doesn’t turn out as planned or I don’t like my job. I’ve narrowed it down to Lovedeep, Sukhdeep, and SukhDhak (all real Indian names btw) for my porn names. Which one do you guys like best/think would get my name out there quicker. And don’t try talking me out of it because fuck you that’s why >:) . But seriously which name sounds the best?

  5. Goldfan says:

    I’m a bit puzzled by all the fuss. I guess if there had been no recent mainstream film dealing with BDSM then I could understand the hype. However since Secretary was released fairly recently (2002) http://www.imdb.com/title/tt0274812/?ref_=nv_sr_1 I do not fully get the media reaction to 50 Shades. Maybe each Generation needs a BDSM film and 50 Shades is the current generation’s one? I believe the book of 50 Shades of Grey originated as Twilight fan fiction so maybe that is a factor behind the frenzy as well? It also seems a coincidence that both the male leads in 50 shades and Secretary are surnamed Grey.

    In my home-town of Glasgow, Scotland it seems to have driven Women viewers to crime! http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-scotland-glasgow-west-31487066 I actually used to manage the bars and restaurants next to the Cinema in question! Perhaps fed up with the censorship mentioned in your previous naked news…

    I guess the big test will be if the film portrays BDSM in a realistic light or not

    • Why does every generation need a BDSM film? If something makes you feel good then do it. I feel like people are too worried about what others think of them. The less you care about what others think about you then the happier you’ll be.

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